Panasonic presents giant OLED 4K displays

Panasonic presents giant OLED 4K displays

The Japanese tech pioneer Panasonic has presented two new giant OLED displays with support for the latest 4K resolution – the 98-inch TH-98LQ70 and the 84-inch TH-84LQ70. Both displays run 4K resolution natively (3840 x 2160 pixels, 16:9 aspect ratio) and come with enhanced display covers for longer display life.

The displays sport IPS technology and feature D-LED/E-LED backlights. The rest of the specs include 500 cd/m2 of brightness and 178-degree viewing angles. The TH-98LQ70 comes with a static contrast ratio of 1300:1 and 8 ms of response time, while the smaller TH-84LQ70 comes with 1400:1 of static contrast ratio and 12 ms of response time. The displays come with HDMI, DisplayPort, DVI-D, D-Sub and SLOT 3.0 ports as well as RJ-45, an optical output and 3.5 mm audio jacks. The displays support upscaling too so you can watch any content at 4K resolution. There are 20W speakers too.

The prices of the new displays are unknown but they are not likely to be cheap.

Source: Panasonic

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